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2011-06-08 06:08:39 xxx.xxx.xxx.xx GET /scripts/clientscript.asp - 443 - yy.yyy.yyy.yy Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+MSIE+9.0;+Windows+NT+6.1;+Trident/5.0) https://www.xyz.com/review.asp 200 0 0
Thanks for the post!
Since it's a IIS related question, I recommend you ask this in IIS forum: http://forums.iis.net/. It's mroe professionanl and you can get more help from there.
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Thanks for the reply. I had actually started in the IIS forum you mentioned and received the reply below which is why I came here.
"Yes that is a lot of occurences for IE and it is a browser issue. It does not look like IIS Server configuration is an issue."
And to me it does seem that the browser is the one sending the duplicate request for some reason. Do you have any idea when the browser would send multiple requests for the same page in the same second?
use the IE9 Developer tool's network tab or fiddler to examine the client requests....you will probably see two Get requests being sent from the client when the user presses enter in an input tag on a form with a submit button on it.
typically a form element will have both a submit button and an onclick event handler for the submit button or an onsubmit handler for the form....causing the form to be submitted twice.
for questions about html, css and scripting post to http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/iewebdevelopment with a link to your website or copy and paste your full client source markup that shows the document type and the complete <form> block.
- Edited by IECustomizerMVP Wednesday, April 11, 2012 3:21 AM